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From Lee Fellows <>
Subject Re: Writing customlog messages to access.log
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 13:56:06 GMT

  Yes, of course, you are correct.  I was not thinking of stderr.
  From the inquiry, the questioner seemed to be asking about a logging
  'api' which does not exist for external access.  For an applet that
  executes on a foreign machine, stderr would not be reflected in
  apache's logs on the hosting platform.

  Thank you.

On Tue, 2002-06-18 at 09:36, Joshua Slive wrote:
> Lee Fellows wrote:
> > Apache's logs are not 'available' to client use.  There is no mechanism
> > for logging to Apache's logs.  If you need to log information, you need
> > to create and write that log. (For an applet, this may be a very large
> > problem)
> Actually, in general, the error log is available for arbitrary script 
> output.  For CGI scripts, anything written to stderr will be sent to the 
> apache error log.  I don't know how it works for java applets.
> Joshua.
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